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September 11, 2018

This fall the Department of Art History will host three prominent scholars of the arts and visual cultures of Africa and its Diasporas. The series begins on Wednesday, September 19 with a public lecture by Dr. Sylvester Okwunodu Ogbechie of the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Lecture Wednesday 9/12: Dr. Kristin Dowell on Indigenous Filmmaker Amanda Strong

Facility for Arts Research's first Research Night of the year will feature Dr. Kristin L. Dowell, who will discuss the experimental stop-motion animated films of award-winning Indigenous filmmaker Amanda Strong.

Art History Student Organization Events This Week

The Art History graduate and undergraduate student associations and the Medieval Studies Organization will host the Fall Research Forum and informational meetings on September 12 and 13 in William Johnston Building G40.

Film Screening Friday 9/20: Antonioni’s Il Deserto Rosso, Introduced by Dr. Tenley Bick

Join us Thursday, September 20 at 7 pm in William Johnston Building G40 for a screening of Michelangelo Antonioni's Il Deserto Rosso (The Red Desert), 1964, introduced by Art History Professor Tenley Bick.

Doctoral Candidate Stephanie Bender Appointed Full-Time Faculty Position at Chipola State College

Congratulations to Stephanie Bender, who has joined the faculty at Chipola State College in Marianna as the full-time Humanities instructor in the Literature and Language Department.

Alumni Keidra Daniels Navaroli and Carla Funk Curate Exhibition of African Wax Prints

Alumni Keidra Daniels Navaroli and Carla Funk opened the exhibition Wandering Spirit: African Wax Prints this month at the Ruth Funk Center for Textile Art at the Florida Institute of Technology.

Alumna Alexis Assam Awarded Romare Bearden Graduate Fellowship at St. Louis Art Museum

Congratulations to recent MA recipient Alexis Assam, who will serve as the 2018–19 Romare Bearden Graduate Museum Fellow at the Saint Louis Art Museum in the Department of Audience Development.

Summer Study Abroad 2019: Caribbean Art and Culture in Puerto Rico

Professor Paul Niell, a scholar of Caribbean art and architectural history, will lead an immersive study abroad program June 24–August 3, 2019, based in San Juan and Ponce, Puerto Rico, for Art History majors and other interested undergraduates of FSU and beyond.

Florence is the Classroom: Rachel Carlisle’s Summer International Teaching Appointment

Thanks to an International Programs Teaching Appointment, doctoral student Rachel Carlisle had the opportunity to conduct resarch abroad and share her enthusiasm for Renaissance art and architecture with students of FSU’s Florence Program during the summer 2018 term.

“What Can I Do With a Degree in Art History?” – Volume 3

Prospective students (or their parents) may be wondering, "What can I do with a degree in art history?" We asked our alumni to help us answer that question. Here is this third edition of our video series featuring the great variety of our graduates' rewarding careers!

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